I don’t remember the first time I shook Thomas S. Monson’s hand. I do remember his handshake was firm and that it enveloped
The United Methodist Church is not perfect, but it has grown since the days of whites and blacks being forced to worship in separate pews. Perhaps, during this year's General Conference and in the demanding days ahead, some of those lessons learned will be transferred to those marginalized for their queerness.
The religious leaders released their letter on the eve of the church's General Conference.